BeschreibungSome articles included are:
Building Authentic Elizabethan Ruffs; Simple and Inexpensive Stained Glass; A Quick-Load Floor Pulley Design; A Simple Approach to Stretching Drops; Flexi-Pitch Escape Stairs; Spot-Welding Scrim with Sobo; Handrail Armatures for a Grand Staircase; The Triscuit-Studwall Deck System; A Frameless Turntable; Stand on Stage: Minimum Weight, Maximum Effect; A Self-Paging Cable Tray; Roller Chain Turntable Drives; A Bench-Built XLR Cable Tester
* Ten years of The Technical Brief articles bound in one complete volume
* Great reference of tips and solutions to unique technical challenges in theatre production
* Solutions provided by contributors from over twenty different drama programs
InhaltsverzeichnisCostumes; Lighting; Lighting Effects; Painting; Props; Rigging Hardware; Safety; Scenery; Scenery Decks; Scenery Electronics; Scenery Hardware; Scenery Mechanics; Scenery Tools; Sound
PortraitBen Sammler is currently the Chairman of the Department of Technical Design and Production for Yale School of Drama. He is the Production Supervisor for Yale Repertory Theatre and has over seen over 150 productions. Ben Sammler is also an experienced lighting designer and technical director with over 15 years of teaching experience, as well as the co-author of Structural Design for the Stage, 1999 (Focal Press), winner of the Golden Pen Award presented by USITT in 2000. Don Harvey has been a professor at Yale School of Drama since 1985. He is currenlty an adjunct Professor.
Pressestimmen"...A long-needed collection of information on how specific problems have been approached and solved...To me the most valuable use of Technical Brief is not how to copy how someone else solved a particular problem, but to see the approach, materials, and techniques that were used which give me an idea how I might approach the problems I need to solve." Robert R. Scales, Ph.D., Dean of USC School of Theatre
Untertitel: The Technical Brief Collection. 1, black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2002
Seitenanzahl: 294 Seiten